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    i'm going to graduate next year. i study philosophy and sociology at a **** uni but i've been getting 2:1's and firsts.

    i've heard mixed reviews from people about law and it's making me even more indecisive. some say there are too many law graduates and not enough jobs :/

    i've looked at the universities which offer Law conversion:
    - Univeristy of Law
    - BPP
    - Uni of Sheffield
    - Manchester Metropolitan
    - Uni of bradford
    - UEA
    - Uni of huddersfield

    Which uni is best for GDL?
    i don't really want to go to MMU or Huddersfield as they are low in the rankings.. :/

    is it a good idea to do GDL at sheffield uni and then LPC at university of Law?

    any advice will be appreciated!
    thank you x
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    (Original post by boredasf)
    i'm going to graduate next year. i study philosophy and sociology at a **** uni but i've been getting 2:1's and firsts.

    i've heard mixed reviews from people about law and it's making me even more indecisive. some say there are too many law graduates and not enough jobs :/

    i've looked at the universities which offer Law conversion:
    - Univeristy of Law
    - BPP
    - Uni of Sheffield
    - Manchester Metropolitan
    - Uni of bradford
    - UEA
    - Uni of huddersfield

    Which uni is best for GDL?
    i don't really want to go to MMU or Huddersfield as they are low in the rankings.. :/

    is it a good idea to do GDL at sheffield uni and then LPC at university of Law?

    any advice will be appreciated!
    thank you x

    lool no one cares
 
 
 
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